Where to buy flowers in Singapore: Our pick of the best boutique florists and bouquet deliveries

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Attention, husbands: if you really want to make our Mother’s Day special (or just earn yourself some serious brownie points), you’ll be needing this little list of the best boutique florists and industry veterans in Singapore. Take your pick from these beautiful bouquets, unique posies and spectacular floral displays – we even found the florists that can deliver in a hurry if you’ve left it to the last minute. Not that you’d ever do that…

 

Order the 'Bunch of the Day' from Floweret.

Order the ‘Friday bunch’ from Floweret Co.

EditorsPick_BadgeFloweret Co. 
Now this idea we love! Interior designer/florist Kate Gallagher has come up with a brilliant concept: she finds the best blooms from the wholesale market each Friday morning, designs a bouquet, and posts it on the website and on Instagram so you know what’s on offer. This ensures no waste and that flower lovers get the freshest bunch. The bouquets are lovely and elegant, and priced at $65. We want to start #flowerfridays here at HoneyKids! Order before 2pm for same day delivery island-wide.
www.floweretcompany.com

 

Charlotte Puxley Florist

Wild beauty: Charlotte Puxley’s bohemian bouquets are out of this world.

EditorsPick_BadgeCharlotte Puxley
You may have seen our sister sites HoneyBrides and Honeycombers rave about Charlotte Puxley, who’s brought her signature boho bunches from London to Tiong Bahru – ahem, she was part of the team that created Kate Moss’ wedding bouquet! Think English countryside meets the tropics: large blooms, lots of colour, lush foliage and wild beauty. Drop into her Tiong Bahru studio and you’re also likely to walk out with the loveliest vase you’ve seen from her little collection. And check out her video tutorial on HoneyBrides to see her whip up a beautiful bohemian English-style bouquet. Pssst: Charlotte is offering 10% off all Valentine’s bunches with the code frommetoyou.
79 Chay Yan Street; www.charlottepuxleyflowers.com

 

A Better Florist

A Better Florist
These guys live up to their name: order a gorgeous bunch online, and they’ll deliver for free in 90 minutes! (That means there’s really no excuse for forgetting the flowers.) The menu is short and sweet, with some showstoppers for Valentine’s Day – and if flowers really, really aren’t your thing, you can send a box of succulents. We’ll love that too. Pssst: you can also order from A Better Florist through HonestBee!
www.abetterflorist.com

 

Beautiful bouquets from Mirage Flowers.

Beautiful bouquets from Mirage Flowers.

Mirage Flowers
The folks behind Mirage Flowers really know their stuff – just take a peek at their portfolio on their website and you’ll see why. Not only are their arrangements pretty dreamy, these guys are pros at transforming any venue into a gorgeous floral wonderland. Book her for your little princess’s fairytale birthday bash. Mother’s Day or birthday bouquet? Delivery is from $20!
6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594; www.mirageflowers.com.sg

 

Carnations, orange spray roses and freesias for Mother's Day. Flowers by Cotton and Sage.

Carnations, orange spray roses and freesias for Mother’s Day. Flowers by Cotton and Sage.

EditorsPick_BadgeCotton & Sage
We discovered this lovely bunch at the Open Farm Community Social Market and were won over by the rustic vibe and perfect mini posies: this is a loose, natural look we just love. Want to make someone happy? Send an arrangement of bold, bright blooms: this bunch pictured above will smell divine too. Email the crew at hello@cottonandsage.sg to order!
www.cottonandsage.sg

 

 

The 'Patricia' Mother's Day bouquet from Floral Magic.

The ‘Patricia’ Mother’s Day bouquet from Floral Magic.

Floral Magic
Pretty as a picture, we love the blooms from here. They’re interesting combinations of flowers used to make silky wraps, hand-tied bouquets, and baskets never fail to wow. Shop online, or you can also learn a few tricks at their workshops and professional classes. 
334 King George’s Avenue, Singapore 208571; www.floralmagic.com.sg

 

Shop Wonderland Best florists in Singapore HoneyKids Asia

Shop Wonderland put together this lovely little bunch for us for just $20!

Shop Wonderland
We love everything about this cafe and florist (also pictured at top), which has just relocated from Haji Lane to Telok Ayer St with a jungalow vibe (think rattan sofas, a wall of monstera leaves and palm-print wallpaper) and cakes to die for. But back to the flowers: you’ll find Shop Wonderland’s florists at a pop-up on the pavement if it’s your lucky day, or head upstairs to their workshop. Choose from beautiful blooms, tropical greens and the occasional native Australian beauties: you can put together a pretty bunch for under $20 (we’re making this our new weekly treat). Look out for the lunchtime floristry jams sessions!
134 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068600; www.wfdp.myshopify.com


Far East Flora

We can’t go past a pink pineapple: Far East Flora

Far East Flora
Whether you’re getting a single stalk or grandeur de rose, you can get them all from Far East Flora (even trad options like lilies and roses). These big boys also ship internationally!
565 Thomson Road, Singapore 298184 (located within Goodwood Florist); www.fareastflora.com

Sing see Soon Florists

The florists behind the amazing displays at MBS: Sing see Soon

Sing See Soon
For something big like a wedding or corporate event, these guys are the experts. Five generations of industry experience are brought to bear in sculptural and themed arrangements. Having been established for 90 years, they do regular work for Hilton and Marina Bay Sands. Check out their Colours & Bloom app where you can experiment with different looks.
32 Punggol East, #01-01 to #01-06, Singapore 828824; www.singseesoon.com

 

A special Mother's Day creation by Poppy Flora Studio, from approx $195.

Vibrant! A special creation by Poppy Flora Studio, from approx $195.

Poppy Flora Studio 
Who ever said floral arrangements have to be girly? We love these wild, vintage-inspired bouquets (not a baby’s breath in sight). Creative director Sarah has an innate skill in creating bouquets that impress – it’s what makes her one of Singapore’s leading floral designers. Keep an eye out for the workshops at the studio’s Flower School.
 #01-03, 3 Park Lane Seletar, The Summerhouse, Singapore 798387; www.poppy.com.sg

 

Wild for Flowers: lush leaves and fragrant blooms.

Wild for Flowers: lush leaves and fragrant blooms.

Sophie at Wild About Flowers
You may have spotted Sophie Hancock at one of the fairs, and like us, fallen in love with her bunches of blooms spilling with lush foliage and cheerful pops of colour. Our features writer, Tracy, had a blast at one of her workshops, and for a lovely party idea that’s pretty unique, Sophie hosts flower arranging sessions for kids! We say Sophie is a boutique florist to watch…
www.facebook.com/sophieatwildforflowers

 

Mother's Day flowers with a little gift from Simply Flowers.

Mother’s Day flowers with a little gift from Simply Flowers.

Simply Flowers
Simply Flowers has four outlets and a wide selection of floral arrangements, they’re our go-to guys for quality blooms that won’t cost the earth, and the Mother’s Day arrangements are pretty sweet: choose from posies in a teacup, a bouquet presented with a floral teapot and a colourful bunch created for a foodie mum (with gourmet sauces by Shermay Lee!). Simply Flowers also handles flower arrangements and venue decoration services for special events.
Pickering Street, 313 @ Somerset, JEM and Parkway Parade; www.simplyflowers.com.sg

24 Hrs City Florist
Who’d have thunk it: if you’re faced with an emergency and NEED flowers, 24 Hrs City Florist is your go-to. Their retail outlet is open for 21 hours daily but they make deliveries round the clock and can pull off same-day delivery. Choose your petals by occasion and category, or simply handpick the flowers you want.
161 Lavender Street, #01-05, Singapore 338750; www.24hrscityflorist.com

Tiong Bahru Wet Market
If you want some inexpensive blooms, you can’t go wrong with Tiong Bahru Wet Market. They don’t have a huge variety but they last well and a great way to practice your skills if you’ve tried a floral arranging workshop. We love the ginger flowers!
Tiong Bahru Wet Market, 30 Seng Poh Road, Singapore 168898.

Photography (top image): courtesy of Shop Wonderland

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